Fin or foil, from 5 knots to 35 knots, the iFoil package delivers the ultimate in windsurfing racing performance with just one board, one foil, one fin, one sail. To find out all the details about our iFoil concept – read this news.
Philip Köster: “In the single elimination, I made it to 2nd place but unfortunately, I couldn’t defend it in the double-elimination since it was dead onshore and with 1 missing wave I couldn’t make it out in time because of the strong current and light wind. Now I’m looking forward to competing on Maui!”
Max Hochgrassl is a 20-year-old windsurfer from Tarifa in Spain. He impressed us with his sailing when we saw him in Pozo last summer. We took a quick word with the Spanish-German boy. He is windsurfing as much as possible and at the same time studying a Pilot course. Read the interview here.
Being Bjorn Dunkerbeck´s son, Liam Dunkerbeck grew up on a board. He loves wave windsurfing and improved a lot this year. The 15-year-old boy talks about his dream of becoming a World Champion one day.
The Starboard Windsurfing design team is looking for a talented graphic designer with strong artistic vision and photography skills to join the team in delivering world class windsurfing equipment.
The idea to realize a surf expedition across the Atlantic Ocean slowly developed. The combination of dynamic surf images, educational contents, and scientific background information could inspire young people to learn more about the consequences of plastic pollution in order to avoid it.
Can Starboard´s Chief Innovator Svein Rasmussen destroy the new START board with the RHINO CONSTRUCTION?
Nicolas Huguet is an Olympic sailing coach, based in Marseille in France – The city of Mistral Wind! He has been following his windsurfing passion for more than 30 years. Read the interview we did with him about Raceboard Windsurfing.
World Sailing Receives Windsurf Community Feedback as Seven Tenders are Received for Paris 2024 Windsurfer
Following the Paris 2024 Men's and Women's Windsurfer invitation to tender released on 15 July 2019, World Sailing received seven tenders by the deadline on 26 July from Class Associations and Manufacturers. Tenders have been received from the following Classes...
Jaeger Stone finally won his first world cup in Tenerife. Read more about his event win!